Welcome to the Cathedral Treasure Museum
The Cathedral Treasure Museum comprises two groups of objects: The actual cathedral treasure and the cycle of murals from 1543, featuring images of death. They are both exhibited on two floors and are of unique value to visitors of all ages and specialists.
The location of the museum, the baroque Episcopal Palace in Chur, is a grown cultural monument of national importance and also one of the most important secular buildings in Graubünden. Click here to get a first impression!
The Cathedral Treasure Museum was opened on August 29 and 30, 2020, during two open days.
Opening hours from may until october 2023: Tuesday to Sunday 11-17
closed on Mondays.
The Cathedral Treasure Museum was one of the nominees for the European Museum of the Year Award in 2022
Audio guide App
The City E-Guide by Chur Tourismus is the individual tour for your mobile phone or tablet. You will learn many interesting facts about the cathedral treasure museum and the history and culture of the alpine City of Chur. Download the app, plug in your headphones and enjoy the guided tour.
The Cathedral Treasure Museum is located in the Episcopal Palace in the court district of the Diocese of Chur. You can find more detailed information on how to get there here.